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Flóra Vági at Four

Exhibition  /  03 Feb 2017  -  04 Mar 2017
Published: 23.01.2017
Flóra Vági. Brooch: Velvet Wood, 2016. Balsa wood, pigment, acrylic paint, silver and steel. 9 x 6 x 3.5 cm. From series: Soft Nature. Flóra Vági
Brooch: Velvet Wood, 2016
Balsa wood, pigment, acrylic paint, silver and steel
9 x 6 x 3.5 cm
From series: Soft Nature
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Intro
It's time for this year's first exhibition! Warmly welcome to a solo show with the Hungarian artist Flóra Vági.

Artist list

Vági Flóra
There are things we have no words for. Flóra Vági works in a language that is understood without words. She describes her pieces as 'newly dressed souls' and that is exactly what they are.

Flóra Vági works mostly in natural materials like paper or wood, but in her hands the materials develops into something new. It is like she is giving water to a seed that grows o be a tree or a flower, covering a worm in silk making it become a butterfly or putting a log on fire turning it into a black piece of coal. She finds and brings out the soul of the material, a new identity that it has been longing to obtain.

Opening

 February 3rd, 17-21h
Flóra Vági. Brooch: Untitled, 2016. Wood, paint. Flóra Vági
Brooch: Untitled, 2016
Wood, paint
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Flóra Vági. Brooch: Skin, 2016. Pink ivory wood, pigment, 18ct gold. 4 x 4 x 1 cm. Flóra Vági
Brooch: Skin, 2016
Pink ivory wood, pigment, 18ct gold
4 x 4 x 1 cm
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Flóra Vági. Brooch: Velvet wood I, 2016. Balsa wood, pigment, acrylic paint, silver, steel. 10 x 7 x 3 cm. Flóra Vági
Brooch: Velvet wood I, 2016
Balsa wood, pigment, acrylic paint, silver, steel
10 x 7 x 3 cm
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Flóra Vági. Brooch: Velvet ebony II, 2016. Ebony, pigment, acrylic paint, 18kt gold. 4 x 3 x 1 cm. Flóra Vági
Brooch: Velvet ebony II, 2016
Ebony, pigment, acrylic paint, 18kt gold
4 x 3 x 1 cm
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